“Family.Life” is a Syracuse University project that ” explores family as the center of life around the world.” The images are indexed by theme, a few of which you can see in the image at the top of this post. You can read more about what they’ve done at The New York Times article headlined A Global Look at Family and Life.
I’m adding this info to The Best Sites For Learning About The World’s Different Cultures.
You might also be interested in two New York Times posts where I described ELL lessons centered around family:
This Mother’s Day interactive and supplemental activities focus on conjunctions and having students do writing about their mothers or other key family members.
Students learn about the progressive tense in this passage about the changing nature of families, and use the article as a stepping-stone to a lesson of creating family trees — with a twist!